New satellite analysis from Stand.earth Research Group reveals that logging of old growth candidate deferral areas is more than 50 per cent higher than figures reported by the British Columbia government.
Investigations by ICIJ partners and others have previously linked Paper Excellence to Asia Pulp & Paper, a Chinese-Indonesian forestry company accused of deforestation and human rights abuses.
River red gum forests in northern Victoria are being stripped of old growth by organised criminal groups
Authorities are alarmed by the increasing rates of timber theft around Shepparton
An enforcement officer says it is lucky no one has died during the highly dangerous, illegal operations
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalistts and partners uncovered hidden links between Canada’s Paper Excellence and troubled Indonesian company Asia Pulp & Paper.
Lawmakers in Canada are calling for an investigation into one of North America’s largest pulp and paper manufacturers, following revelations in Deforestation Inc., a cross-border investigation led by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.
The parliamentarians said they are seeking answers into who is behind Paper Excellence, a company headquartered in British Columbia, after journalists revealed extensive links between the company and entities in Indonesia and China.
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